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www.nationalforests.org/assets/pdfs/NFF_Bison-Fact-Sheet.pdf

Bison Fact Sheet Brush up on your bison knowledge Bison: The Basics Male 2,000 lbs 5’6” at shoulder Female 800-1,000 lbs 5’ at shoulder Average life span 15-20 years Speed Bison 30-45 mph for 5 miles Race Horse 40 mph for 1 mile A bison would outrun a horse with rider. Herding Behavior • Bison can be found alone or in a herd.

www.worldanimalfoundation.net/f/Bison1.pdf

BISON FACT SHEET DESCRIPTION: A symbol of the wild west, the American bison is the heaviest land mammal in North America. Also called the American buffalo, the bison has a large head with relatively small, curving horns. It has a shaggy coat of brown hair on its shoulders and legs, while its body has shorter, finer hair. SIZE:

www.doi.gov/blog/15-facts-about-our-national-mammal-american-bison

Explore more fun facts about the American bison: 1. Bison are the largest mammal in North America. Male bison (called bulls) weigh up to 2,000 pounds and stand 6 feet tall, while females (called cows) weigh up to 1,000 pounds and reach a height of 4-5 feet. Bison calves weigh 30-70 pounds at birth.

www.canadiangeographic.ca/article/animal-facts-bison

In fact, a bison can smell an animal three kilometers away. Male bison are called bulls and have large, square-shaped necks, while females have smaller, rounder necks and are referred to as bison cows. Habitats/Behaviours. Bison feed mainly on grass, plants and sometimes berries. Finding food in the winter isn't a problem for the bison.

nationalzoo.si.edu/animals/american-bison

American bison are North America's largest terrestrial animals. Millions once roamed the grasslands and prairies of the Great Plains, but today the bison population survives primarily in conservation herds.

www.tlsbooks.com/educolorbison.pdf

Bison - American Buffalo Information Sheet and Coloring Page Author: Compiled by T. Smith Publishing Subject: Bison, American Buffalo information sheet includes facts and a picture to color. For grades 3-5 Keywords

defenders.org/wildlife/bison

The American bison has a long and varied history in the United States. About 150 years ago, nearly 30 million bison roamed the Great Plains until a mass slaughter began in the early 1800s. By the late 1880s, fewer than 1,000 bison remained. Bison, a keystone species, help create habitat on the Great Plains for many different species, including grassland birds and even many plant species.

www.nps.gov/articles/15-facts-about-bison.htm

15 Facts About Bison. On May 9, 2016, President Obama signed the National Bison Legacy Act into law, officially making the American bison the national mammal of the United States. This majestic animal joins the ranks of the bald eagle as the official symbol of our country—and much like the eagle, it's one of the greatest conservation success ...

gf.nd.gov/wildlife/id/ungulates/bison

Fact Sheet; Scientific Name: Bison bison: Description: Adult bison can weigh up to 2000 lbs (1200 lbs for females), and can reach 5 to 6.5 feet height at the shoulder. Juvenile coats are reddish and darken to dark brown as they age. Both male and female adults have curved horns that can reach 2 feet in length.

kids.kiddle.co/American_bison

The American bison (American buffalo or just buffalo) is a bovine mammal. "Buffalo" is something of a mistake as it is only distantly related to the water buffalo and the African buffalo.. Bison are a keystone species.Their staple foods are grasses and sedges.They once roamed the North American continent in great herds, and their grazing helped shape the ecology of the Great Plains.